Director Natalia Leite scrutinizes the rape-revenge genre, and questions why these films are always made by men …
Victoria Negri on the experience of growing up with a much older father, and how it informed her very personal directorial debut, Gold Star.
What happens when a poet and a novelist start making movies together?
The creator of Girls chats with Strong, a fellow multihyphenate and one of her best friends, about his first film as writer-director.
Vincent Sabella, whose debut feature Elizabeth Blue opens today, asks you to see beyond the superficial.
Jake Mahaffy on the 12-year odyssey of his Independent Spirit Award-nominated new film, and the blood, sweat and tears it took to make it.
Two of the earliest contributors to Talkhouse Film sit down for a chat on the opening weekend of Hittman's new movie, Beach Rats.
The writer-director-star of I Do ... Until I Don't sits down for a chat with one of her best (and funniest) friends.
Director Terry Sanders shares memories, script pages and drawings by Charles Laughton from his time on the iconic movie.
The two directors, both currently making movies for the Duplass brothers, talk about their upcoming projects, parenthood, Trump, and more.